Combiflam Suspension contains Ibuprofen and acetaminophen/paracetamol as its active ingredients both of which provide temporary pain relief. It is used for toothache, muscle ache, joint pain, pain during recovery post-surgery, period pain and headaches like a migraine. It should not be administered in babies aged 3-6 months for more than 24 hours and children between 6 months- 3 years for more than 3 years. It should be used in caution with patients suffering from heart failure as it may cause water built up and swelling in the body. This syrup is not recommended during pregnancy. Long term use of this medicine is dangerous for the kidney and liver....
Q: I have recently been diagnosed with Heart failure (Class II) can I take Combiflam Suspension?
A: Please consult your doctor before taking this syrup, because due to heart failure there is already fluid built up in the body, this medicine can also cause water to accumulate in the body causing swelling which can worsen the condition.
Q: Can Combiflam Suspension relieve my menstrual cramps?
A: Yes Combiflam Suspension can be helpful in relieving pain caused during menstruation.
Q: Will Combiflam Suspension make me sleepy?
A: This syrup is known to develop adverse effects like dizziness, drowsiness and confusion. But, each individual is different, so are the bodily responses to a particular medicine. Please consult your doctor before use.
Q: Can Combiflam Suspension be given to elderly patients?
A: No, Combiflam Suspension should be administered with caution as there is a high risk of side effects in the elderly population.